Live from the Capri Cabaret in Sydney, Nova Scotia it's 4 Men In A Tub with a song written by Duncan Wells, with vocals by Brian Martin. All recorded material at this site is registered with SOCAN, and is the property of Duncan Wells. All audio files are made available for your listening enjoyment. If you are a serious recording artist looking for original material for an up-coming project, feel free to contact the author. Topics: blessings, love, growing up
GROWING UP When I was a kid there was a question that I heard a lot but never really knew how to answer. What do you want to be when you grow up? I was five years old the first time I was confronted with this question. We had to draw a picture of what we wanted to be when we grew up. At five, I didn’t even realize that I would grow up. So I had no idea what I wanted to do. The teacher gave suggestions: construction worker, astronaut, firefighter, etc. I picked mailman. Why? I dunno. By junior... Topics: Growing Up, Samuel, Bible, Preaching
Lummis, the beloved Poet and Writer, Teacher, Actor, Performer, Literary Arts Organizer spends time chatting with Gerry Fialka at the Unurban Coffee House in Santa Monica on May 11 about her life and times Topics: poetry, art, creativity, growing up
LibriVox recording of It's Like This Cat by Emily Neville. Recording by Betsie Bush. 1964 Newbery Medal winner, It's Like This, Cat is the story of a young man, Dave Mitchell, and how he grew to maturity, helped along indirectly by a stray cat that he brought home from Crazy Kate, the neighborhood Cat Lady. Dave lives in New York City with his lawyer father and his mother, who has bouts of asthma brought on by family strife. The cat, named "Cat" lives a wild life that brings Dave in... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: librivox, audiobook, fiction, cat, growing up Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
This episode is combination of Thanksgiving blather, talking about family gatherings and speculating about the concequences turning 18 will have on where we sit. Kiddie table? With the adults? It's just light chit chat to follow up our last episode, which ran pretty long. We're still open for feed back for episode 17, as well, so if you want to get your two-cents in, we'll include it in the next podcast as well as what you guys have to say about this one. Tell us about your Thanksgiving... Topics: thanksgiving, family, traditions, unedited, growing up
LibriVox recording of The Pastor's Wife, by Elizabeth von Arnim. Read by James E. Carson. Written by an author born in Australia, grew up in England, married in Germany, and then flew to the United States. A tale about a young woman, freed up from the bonds of her family life, to wonder all around in search of all things feminist. The story seems somewhat autobiographical, surrounded in disillusionment and humor. Written on the eve of World War I and just back from married life in Germany.... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: librivox, audiobook, feminism, growing up, fiction Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Kids grow up so quickly, but they still make us proud. Thanks tohttp://BabyShowerChecklist.info for putting this sentimental video together. Music by:http://Incompetech.com Topics: Children, Childhood, Parenting, Growing Up, Kids Growing Up, Proud Parents, Parents for life, Still...
Suzanne Lummis is a poet, poetry educator/instigator, and co-founder and present director of the Los Angeles Poetry Festival. In this interview Gerry Fialka prompts her in his inimitable style to elucidate on her perspectives on life in the 21st century. Fascinating Topics: art, growing up, maturity, education, self expression, love and laughter
In this abbreviated edition of the show i bring you my first interview of hopefully many. Listen in and find out what a different part of gaming is like and connect that right and left side for 20 minutes of awesome! Topics: gaming, interview, history, experience, growing up, early years
Novel written in first person. Fiction. Title: Growing Up in Coney Island During World War Two and Beyond. The novel is based on the author's short story and stage play of same title. Novel, play, essay, and monologue also are written by this author. Excerpt: Who created consciousness and why? I always asked outwardly, but had to go within to find more possibilities. Then I saw her portrait on the wall in my imagination. In reality, the portrait had been a black and white photograph of her... Topics: Novel, Growing Up, World War Two, Coney Island, Fiction
Growing up with Chinese is a scheduled 100-episode series on CCTV-News, China Central Television's English channel, starting from August 2, 2010, each episode 15-min in length. It is aired from Monday to Sunday at 17:15 and 0:15 BJT. On Monday and Thursday it airs new lessons and rebroadcast on the other days. The show teaches 3 short phrases each lesson, aiming to teach children and teenagers Chinese. The show is hosted by Charlotte MacInnis, known to Chinese as Ai Hua (爱华). The dramatic... Topics: Growing up with Chinese, Charlotte MacInnis, China, Chinese
Librivox recording of The Getting of Wisdom, by Henry Handel Richardson. The Getting of Wisdom tells the story of Laura Rambotham, a 12-year-old girl who is just starting at her boarding school. This is based on Henry Handel Richardson’s experiences of her own school, the Prebysterian Ladies College in central Melbourne. The story goes through her friends and enemies and all the life of a boarding school in early 20th century Australia, and all the subjects and learning too. Laura learns a... Topics: librivox, audiobook, australia, boarding school, rich, poor, children, growing up Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Peter Goodman is a licensed clinical social worker who provides therapy for children age 4 and older. In this 2-part program, Roberta Hall, producer of the Health and Healthcare Forum, talks with him about his work, about how he helps children develop self-awareness that can address emotional issues and other problems that come up, parenting, difficulties that our culture puts in the way of growing up, and in shaping the futures of our children. In all this, he provides understanding as well as... Topics: Peter Goodman, health and Healthcare Forum, psychotherapy, mental health, children, schools,...